‘Tokenistic, objectifying, voyeuristic inclusion is at least as disempowering as complete exclusion’‘Tokenistic, objectifying, voyeuristic inclusion is at least as disempowering as complete exclusion’
11 Mar 2016 - 11:30
Source: UCT: TransCollective Facebook page (10 March 2016)
Kimberle Crenshaw captures the motivation for the UCT Trans Collective’s disruptive intervention at the Rhodes Must Fall movement’s one year anniversary exhibition most eloquently.
For the Trans Collective, the commemorations that are happening at this time invite us to reflect on both the decolonial year that has been and the years that are to come. In our reflection we have found that as black, poor, queer, womxn and non-binary trans people our position in the decolonial theory and practice is unchanged. READ MORE